Demophoon

Greek - Son of Celeus and Metaneira. When Demeter who, as Deo, was temporarily employed as his wet nurse, tried to make the infant Demophoon immortal by fire, it went wrong. In one story he died in the fire but in another his mother snatched him away and he survived. In other stories it is his brother Triptolemus who went through the ordeal. Also known as Demophoon, Demophon, Demophon, Demophoon, Demophoon or Demophoon.
Greek - King of Athens. Son of Theseus and Phaedra. Brother of Acamas. He survived the Trojan War and afterwards fell in love with Phyllis. When he left her to visit Athens she killed herself, believing that he would never return. She was turned into an almond tree. At times, called Demophoon, Demophon, Demophon, Demophoon, Demophoon or Demophoon.
Greek - King of Elaeus. He instituted the annual sacrifice of a virgin to avert plague. When Mastusius objected, the king took Mastusius' daughter as the next victim. Mastusius killed the king's daughters in revenge and gave the king a cup of their blood to drink. Demophoon killed Mastusius by throwing him, together with the cup, into the sea. Also called Demophoon, Demophon, Demophon, Demophoon, Demophoon or Demophoon.

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